Movies and Shows coming to Sky/Now TV in October 2023

Infinity Pool, Puss In Boots: The Last Wish, and The Fabelmans are among the big movies premiering on Sky Cinema and Now TV this month, details of which can be found in our streaming preview. Also streaming this month is the second season of the sweeping historical drama The Gilded Age.

Check out our highlights below and then keep scrolling to check out the other titles being released on Sky/Now TV in October.

Please note: This list is correct at the time of writing but the Sky/Now TV schedule may be subject to change. 


October 1

Shrapnel (2023)

When two young women go missing off the south of the border, one of whom is the daughter of Sean (Jason Patric), a former Marine, Sean and his old war buddy face off against the criminal organization responsible for their disappearance. 

October 6

Cocaine Bear (2023)

Keri Russell, Alden Ehrenreich, O’Shea Jackson Jr., and Sweet Tooth’s Christian Convery star in this absurdist comedy-thriller about a huge black bear that goes on a murderous rampage after ingesting cocaine! A reminder, if any was needed, that bringing a picnic into the woods is always preferable to packing drugs into your backpack!

October 7

Mob Land (2023)

John Travolta stars in this derivative crime thriller about a sheriff trying to keep peace in a Southern town that has been ruined by drugs. 

October 8

Unwelcome (2022)

Married couple Jamie (Douglas Booth) and Maya (Hannah John-Kamen) move to an inherited house in rural Ireland hoping for some peace and quiet. Unfortunately, that isn’t what they get as once they settle into their new home, malevolent and murderous goblins turn up on their doorstep to ruin their hoped-for tranquillity! 

October 13

The Fabelmans (2022)

Loosely based on Steven Spielberg’s early years in post-World War 2 Arizona, this critically acclaimed film stars Gabriel LaBelle (a stand-in for the young Spielberg) as an aspiring filmmaker who discovers a shattering family secret. 

This is both an ode to cinema past and a reflection by Spielberg of his youth and troubled parental relationships.

October 14

Champions (2023)

Bobby Farrelly (Shallow Hal) directs this fun but formulaic crowd-pleaser about a former minor-league baseball coach (Woody Harrelson) who is ordered by the court to manage a team of players with intellectual disabilities.

October 15

Sick (2022)

During the pandemic, two friends decide to quarantine at a luxurious lake house, hoping to get away from it all. But as this is a horror film, they don’t get the rest they were hoping for, as it’s not long before an unwanted visitor arrives to spoil their respite. 

October 20

Puss In Boots: The Last Wish (2022)

When Puss in Boots realizes his adventures have caused him to burn through 8 of his 9 lives, he launches an epic journey to restore them by finding the mythical ‘Last Wish.’

Antonio Banderas (Puss in Boots), Salma Hayek (Kitty Softpaws), and Florence Pugh (Goldilocks) are among the voice cast of this superior sequel to the 2011 Shrek spin-off.

October 21

Pearl (2022)

In director Ti West’s prequel to X, we go back in time to 1918 where the origins of Pearl, X’s iconic villain, are revealed. 

October 22

The Pope’s Exorcist (2023)

Inspired by the files of Father Gabriele Amorth, Chief Exorcist of the Vatican, this supernatural horror film stars Russell Crowe as the papal-appointed demon hunter who investigates the possession of a child and uncovers a secret the Vatican has tried to keep secret. 

October 27

Retribution (2023)

Here’s another action vehicle for Liam Neeson, in the literal sense, as he stars as a bank executive who is confined to his car that is set to explode if he doesn’t follow the instructions of a mysterious caller. 

October 28 

Missing (2023)

From the minds behind Searching comes a similar thriller about a young woman who uses the digital tools at her disposal to track down her mother who has disappeared while on vacation. 

October 29

Infinity Pool (2023)

Brandon Cronenberg (Possessor) directs this disturbing horror thriller about a young couple whose lives take a downward plunge when they discover a hedonistic culture outside of the holiday resort where they are staying.

Alexander Skarsgård, Mia Goth, and Cleopatra Coleman star in this movie that will make you rethink your vacation plans!

October 30

The Gilded Age – Season 2 (Sky Atlantic)

Set during the Golden Age, this historical drama follows the Russell family and their climb to the top of American society, no matter the cost.

Here’s the official plot synopsis for Season 2.

“The Gilded Age was a period of immense economic change, of huge fortunes made and lost, and of fierce rivalry between old money and new. Nowhere is that rivalry more apparent than on East 61st Street, where Marian Brook and her thoroughly old money aunts, Agnes van Rhijn and Ada Brook, live opposite the stupendously rich George and Bertha Russell. The Russells are both fiercely ambitious, he financially, she socially, and they are determined to reach the highest echelons of New York.

Meanwhile, in Brooklyn, Marian’s friend and confidant Peggy Scott forges her own path in the world of the Black elite. In this glittering world on the brink of the modern age, will the established rules of society prevail, or will the game change entirely?”

Also Streaming…

October 4

Portrait Artist of the Decade (Sky Arts)

October 8

House Of Kardashian (Sky Documentaries)

October 11

Das Boot – Season 4 (Sky Atlantic)

October 12

COBRA: Rebellion – Season 3 (Sky Max)

October 20

Breeders – Season 4 (Sky Comedy)

October 23

Al Murray: Why Does Everyone Hate the British Empire (Sky History)

October 25

A League Of Their Own – Season 18 (Sky Max)


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What are you looking forward to on Sky/Now TV this month? Let us know in the comments below. 


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